Teachers at University Academy Keighley (UAK) have launched a two day strike over alleged bullying and intimidation by school bosses. Around 30 staff braved the snow and sub-zero temperatures to picket near the main gates.
Hundreds of visitors flocked through the doors of Airedale General Hospital to be part of their first maternity services open day. The open day was enjoyed by new parents, mums-to-be and lots of families, as well as those interested in pursuing a career as a midwife.
Police are appealing for witnesses after an 81-year-old man died after after coming off his mobility scooter. The Major Collision and Enquiry Team are appealing for witnesses to the incident on Lawkholme Lane in February, and investigating the possibility the victim may have been separately struck by another vehicle after coming off his scooter.
Unwanted Keighley cats are been sent to London as pets for the city dwellers. Northern moggies are increasingly considered the ideal pet for Londoners because they fit in well with modern urban lifestyles.
A family has been hounded out of house and home by a nuisance neighbour and his noisy dogs. Warren and Emma McNulty have abandoned their property on Rose Meadows, Fell Lane, after a systematic campaign of anti-social behaviour.
Campaigners fighting the building of a waste to energy incinerator at Marley have suffered a legal defeat. A judge has rejected a claim by Aire Valley Against Incineration (AVAI) that allowing the power plant to be built was unlawful.